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the latest for us. >>jaqueline: it happened in the east bay, south east of berkeley. there has already been one aftershock. the original earthquake hit at 2:41 p.m.. it was originally set to be 3.9 or 4.2. the depth was almost 6 mi.. we had an aftershock a couple of hours later. this aftershock occurred at 4:50 p.m. at about the same depth. usually at 3: 0-clean quinine, and you feel those earthquakes during the original earthquake, 4.0, we certainly felt shaking. that starr is where the earth quake hit. the color on your screen indicates where people felt the shaking. all the way down the san mateo coastline and in parts of the south bay, the earthquake was shelled.-- felt. >>pam: charles clifford was and menlo park with the usgs reaction. >>charles: geologists have been keeping a close eye on the aftermath of today's earthquake in berkeley. geologists are saying that the earthquake hit slightly off of the hayward fault and was 6 mi. deep. it was a shark, it holes of the earth quake. the geologists here say 4.0 is ok. an earthquake of that size does not do a lot of damage but reminds peopl
that by coming back at one week they will generate some useful leads in the case. >> we know traffic patterns are commonly the same for people of the commute back and forth to work or go to the store. >> the family says that it hurts them a lot to keep driving. >> to do somebo something like that. >> there were no skid marks on the street and the witnesses say that the court never stopped. >> i asked him to stop the did not want to stop and he took off. i yelled, three times. >> it was a black, older lexis model, the latin driver was in his 40's. >> the driver ' as vehicle probably could have victim'-vehe damage. >> the victim was in his wheelchair his entire life and an extremely friendly man. >> he found a if wait to be happy every day. to get out, to say hello, he was happy with his family. >> reporter: despite his disability he was very active. in fact he was on his way home from coffee with friends at a nearby starbucks. reporting and live in richmond cough da lon. >>pam: big changes in pacifica starting on monday 911 the calls will be outsourced to another agent. jeff bush tells us wher
'd be on location for 3 days, it's been 3 weeks. so, i used my citi simplicity card to pick up a few things. and i don't have to worry about a late fee. which is good... no! bigger! bigger! [ monica ] ...because i don't think we're going anywhere for a while. [ male announcer ] write your story with the new citi simplicity card. no late fees. no penalty rate. no worries. get started at pharmacist and bullpen prosecutors to ease cold in ship more than 4 gal. of propofol to the apartment of park ridge girl friends something which he confirmed today. >> he asked me specific to find practical and availability of propofol animal samian ivied backs. >> anchored along san francisco's pier 45 is the jeremiah o'brien, during will want to talk to the chronicle ships like this one carried men and supplies around the globe. >> this is the last one in a completely original condition. >> since 1980 it has been a regular fixture in san francisco bay and the captain has been there for the last 15 years. >> the ship leaves dock only a few tons per year during fleet week it offers passenger
joins us live from the oakland police headquarters with details on what the chief quit and how city hall is reacting. >> your right, the chief is here frustrated he says and he's been held, for all the crime in oakland yet he is not a control for his department can and cannot do. as a result he said that it is time to step down. >> had and have full control of the oakland police department i did not have the ability to make the decisions that are want to make him run the organization in this town that i would like. this is the second police department that i've had that have been in this position and i felt that i have been in my tenure have had about 20% control of this police department but have full accountability in a fine one to have full accountability i want full control. this has been coming for a while. it is much as one even that is taken place is a layering on a different issues. i did the media has made more out of the marin eyes relationship and what is really there. i worked very well with america will be very professional about that. the mayor runs the city and she is to
lotus joins us now with more details on how the shooting unfolded. county right there. the shooting happened at this salon perry it right here, you can see this to the pacific ocean, and little beach called seal beach. it is just about 30 minutes south of cell that--south of l.a.. didn't have our crime, this police said he was arrested without incident, then think that he acted was over a custody dispute. they're trying to piece together why one man with in so many innocent lives. police say right after the shooting this iman was littered with bodies. >> it appears that this iman was busy at the time and it appears almost every year station with are occupied. are victims are throughout the entire salon. we have gone to the with zero homicides, so this is tragic. >> police found at least one gun with the suspect with the suspect said he had several more. the suspect may have been wearing a bulletproof vest during the shooting. we want to urge you to stay with kron4 and as we continue to follow the very latest in this tragic salon shooting. >> new detour of tonight come o
moved in early this morning j.r. stone is updating us on the occupied protest in san jose. >>reporter: it may be a little dark out here behind me you could see some of the tents that have been put up. we have not seen any officers this afternoon or this evening but i want to go to the video because it has been a very busy day here. two people in the group were arrested early this morning, police say that there were health and safety issues but many protesters disagree. as you can see, gold or rested, or at least two of them came back and begin setting up tents. they spoke this evening after bounding out of jail for $500. >>reporter: are you ready to get arrested again? >> if that is necessary that i must have to do so. they just took us. and no information or anything. >> i have seen a huge dramatic shift in the policies and federal level and the politicians in represent us anymore they represent the corporations. >>reporter: wintertime be better spent searching for a job? >> i have been searching. what this has been time well spent. >>reporter: we do want to match and that there h
for hayward, coming in and of heavy rain it is fairly light but let us go down into the south bay there's a lot of yellowish crucial indicates with rainfall. hopeful about one-third kron4. central 1/2 an inch per hour. we also see a half inch of los gatos and dan self. again, largely drawn up in san francisco and the north get this hour. we will continue to see range trading up through some of the over the next couple trial. we have more rain on attacked as we head through the rest of the week i will tell you when it will hit. them with full day of rain today and more expected to malteds growing fear especially in hercules plane excessive rain earlier this year should to the hillside close to the home putting those in the neighborhood in shape danger. j.r. stone is following the story of the talk to those the same morning have begun to fix what is a big problem here. hawaii's hidden ahead a analysts hope the above bid bid bid not think and act normal ---- >> i think are back to normal yesterday and but this morning we see that the web site problems they face is not wrong with keeping a
chief howard jordan said that officers did use the beanbags because rocks in the bottles were being thrown at police. as jeff bush shows us, police were also using rubber bullets. jeff >> the police shot me. they shot me with this. jeff >> this protester shows kron4 the brewers that came from a rubber bullet. on wednesday, this protester was picking up bullets off of broadway. after a few minutes, this is what he ended up with. >> they hurt all the same. they are robert. these are hard. my nail cannot make any indentation. jeff >> this protesters said that some protesters were throwing water bottles at police, but there is no reason for using--there is no reason for using these. >> they were throwing water bottles, they were just looking for a reason. jeff >> oakland police have denied using rubber bullets but they said that they cannot say either way if other agencies did use them. >>jaqueline: temperatures were widespread and mild. here is a look at the highs today. take a look at current conditions. a very cold night tonight. temperatures in the 40's. we will be dropping into the
fundamentally change the way that people think of our technology for us. it is about the unified experience throughout the device. the the bad apple from walking to the store to using the software, to opening the boxes to watching the advertisements. everything about them had eight universal approach. it is not a company that made products by running focus groups and same people said it won this feature so we will include that. they created products that steven and the other people at apple got the the world will love. and you can see that time and again the question for apple is not so much what happens in the next 12 months or 24 months because the next great apple products are also given the pipeline. now you got a look three or four or five years down the road can they maintain the spark of creativity that has driven the company in recent years in which is to not know that. >> people began to gather at apple stores to remember steve jobs. you remember them here in union square and we will have much more coverage on the death of steve jobs still the head as well as a look in his life an
.m.. >>ysabel: audubon warm-up is headed our way. >>jaqueline: is here to tell us more about it. the core of this town is pushing through a period detail and has been dragging across northern california. it is now almost all way through. if we have clear conditions in the wake of the storm. this was supposed to stay well to our north. over the past will hours, you can see it has slid across the bay area. storm tracker 4 is not selling anything. there rain has been flying below the radar before most of the day. radar picked up things that are above 4,000 ft.. in petaluma, a half inch of rain. that is where we saw the most. here are some of the totals from around the bay area. we could see a few lingering showers into the morning commute. details on that and warmer weather on the way. >>ysabel: of thousands of americans started joining a growing look but called occupy wall street last month. so far, they have taken over city centers in dozens of cities. it spread from washington d.c. to boston, philadelphia and san francisco. now, of the louvre with is taking off in cities like oakland. j.r
.r stone is joining us live with more. >>j.r.: tam, there is talk about all of the protesters who were out here, the good news is to report, olson is in fair condition and doing better in the hospital. they tell us that he is able to move things in that sense things. the only thing that he cannot do at this point is speak. there is a vigil going on right now. in the distance, you can see some of the different candles. there are hundreds in front of city hall. in the video, you can see that there are hundreds of people who have come out here to support this young man. this is a man that has gotten the attention of not only the city in the country, this is a man that has gotten the attention of the world. in the mayor's office today, they were receiving phone calls from all over the world. we spoke with people up a hospital earlier today. we spoke with a close friend of olson, this is what he had to stay. >> the ranges inquiry. =-- they were anxious and worried. i am glad that his prognosis is better. he left iraq uninjured, he was shot by police during a peaceful protest. >>j.r.: out here l
street. >>katherine: while merely continues to be hammered by the candidates his campaign the cape used today the former san francisco mayor who you see there endorsed leave for mayor today saying that san francisco would be for much better in the future if he was steering the ship. >> i have had the privilege of watching in this role. now he is moving from caretaker to in leaders there is no doubt in my mind that the city is better off because of his leadership. there is no doubt in my mind that the trajectory that the city is on will be enhanced if he maintains his role in this position as mayor. >>pam: he made the endorsement after he in its league lead toward the high- tech company branched out it could nix employee years and job-seekers grew facebook. [music] >>pam: it was significantly cooler out there with temperatures in the '60s, '70s and '80s. take a look. >>jacqueline: take it that the difference out there today. it was 70 degrees cooler in livermore and 18 degrees cooler in napa and that is because she saw the sea breeze return to the forecast but tomorrow we'll see a rever
. dan kerman joins us with details why authorities believe that this was pre-meditated. >> reporter: santa clara officials say that this was nothing to believe that it was a spur of the moment. in fact, shareef allman it looks like it was a well calculated plan. authorities say that he are robbed at the security meeting wednesday. red pickup of coffee and left. returning five minutes later ready to kill. >> he returned with a handgun, began shooting and also continued shooting with a assault rifle. >> reporter: yelling obscenities, and individualizing victim's one by one. >> the >> corridor to the trailers that would of been exit point was barricaded with a piece of wood. there were not able to open that door and also tied in internal door, closed. there were able to get through that from that trailer. but there were trapped in a very small space. >> reporter: after shooting nine people three people dead. you can see cam still are in. authorities say he was not done a terrorizing. using a two-wave radio he used a message to-a rio to send a message. >> he sent a message on the two- w
and putting the bush family in the hot seat. the mayor gene klein and the city's actions using teargas, michael more had thoughts about that. >> people make mistakes. when you make a mistake that is so horrible, you have to leave, you have to resign. >> not being here and watching from afar what took place was a horrifying as. it is absolutely criminal that this young man was ruling to go and risk his life in a war that he did not agree with the only place he had to worry about was here in his own country. >>j.r.: michael morrow was referring to scott olson who was injured during a tear- gas raid. a number of tents have been put up. we will show you what it looks like. >>pam: the oakland mayor is taking a lot of heat locally and around the country. she was booed out of frank ogawa plaza when the mayor attempted to address protesters. this morning, during a tour of the new bay bridge, reporters demanded a response to the controversy surrounding her into the actions of the occupy protests, but there was no response. this afternoon, the mayor did speak about the situation and took the opp
in a big movie. i thought we'd be on location for 3 days, it's been 3 weeks. so, i used my citi simplicity card to pick up a few things. and i don't have to worry about a late fee. which is good... no! bigger! bigger! [ monica ] ...because i don't think we're going anywhere for a while. [ male announcer ] write your story with the new citi simplicity card. no late fees. no penalty rate. no worries. get started at >> and then the that lasted all night in part to the they shot and killed many lions and tigers and years. >> to some people with some of like a bad joke at first it is a beer pollution also roamed the ohio countryside, there were drafts, camels, cheetahs, monkeys, schools in the area were closed. there were signs along the highway one people of this terrible situation. there was an animal park authorities in new to well they say the owner was found dead after apparently can himself but not before setting the animals free. >> he released these animals as some 08.--at some point. >> they believe it was because of the past complaint then he got a prison just
that allman he had plans to shoot people. he mentioned it. last weekend and stay with us for continuing coverage. >>catherine: oakland police are looking for a man who robbed a woman and the parking lot of an ace hardware. the fight a zero was closed in oakland it was a mess. the 580--the 580 were closed for you borrow a stretch of the highway. surrounding businesses. >> they're wrapped up the search for delaware/30 fat and not find them. he shot a woman at the peace hardware parking lot near macarthur it-as hardware. she had just use the atm. at the delaware/35th the victim started fighting and the suspect brought her. and shot her. but my he fled the scene in a car after robbing her going towards 580/30 fat. he crashed at the on ramp of the 580-35--the suspect fled on foot. >> reporter: the woman is suffering a life-threatening injuries. reggie kumar. >>catherine: demonstrators showing tensions between police officers and demonstrators. downtown san francisco, is it more quiet? >> catherine, so far is been a peaceful afternoon and evening of protest. let me show you some of those peop
not cooperative with us. and they did not come forward. there were very confrontational with the officers that were out there. >>pam: now there is an arm rest warrant out for ruiz--an arrest warrant. he was seen getting into a car and his motorcycle was left at the cemetery. >> the san jose police to pardon believe a 23 year-old man shot and killed by officers on october 10th was the person responsible for the murders of two students. charles clifford explains. >>reporter: and the san jose the police department believed that a man killed by officers last week was responsible for killing hutu former somoza state students. ricardo romeno was killed by officers. his weapon was the same used to kill eric and his girlfriend, and the san jose, charles clifford, kron 4 news. >>reporter: homicides are much higher. take a look at the crime kron 4 crime trucker. with all just five in just one week! the majority of these have been in northeast san jose. right for these red dots for a person of of of a murder. with police cutbacks. holly contra survival takes a look good, many have been fa how many p
with a fire crew that shows us and the challenges they still face in the oakland hills on the anniversary of the buyer. >> the economy is still bad. >>reporter: parts of the bay area are seeing an uptake on notices of default. more coming up. >>pam: >> a modern twist on a classic defense of the and a horror flick in antarctica. we will tell you what to expect at the movies this weekend. state farm. this is jessica. hey, jessica, jerry neumann with a policy question. jerry, how are you doing? fine, i just got a little fender bender. oh, jerry, i'm so sorry. i would love to help but remember, you dropped us last month. yeah, you know it's funny. it only took 15 minutes to sign up for that new auto insurance company but it's taken a lot longer to hear back. is your car up a pole again? [ crying ] i miss you, jessica! jerry, are you crying? no, i just, i bit my tongue. [ male announcer ] get to a better state. state farm. [ male announcer ] get to a better state. what do you think of this one? really? what's this? this is a rose i made from a turnip. let's try together. perfect. two worlds th
many of us see the timing of this is related to the election part of that is generating resources to pay for public safety and know that she's very convinced that the parcel taxes the way to do that. i did to you that my constituents in the part of the city that i represent are not so interested in these topics as much as they're interested in how the city can do a better job of enforcement. i cannot blame chief anthony batts for resigning and i am very frustrated about the conditions that led to his resignation. now this is where we were three years ago and this is larry are today. >>reporter: the neighborhood safety summit will take place here at laney college. the mayor and the chief were unavailable for comment. >>pam: the occupied oakland process is still going strong marchers took over the street and blocked traffic for some time this afternoon. and dalian is there what is the situation? >>reporter: there are dozens of tents set up and from oakland city hall. these people are known as the occupied oakland protesters they have been camping out since monday, earlier today abou
protesters joining us now live with the latest. >>reporter: have was right in the middle when the police launched a keys to hear again canisters. these have a handle, the police will pull the pin and trophies. there are probably like 10 or 15 of these. we have some videotape to show you that i shot. but i can tebet being a faithful teargassed is not much present--pleasant thing in the world. i talk to people were passed out there are overwhelmed with this. i had to ask for help from someone that had a bottle of water to the tear-gas from eyes. even after that my face was burned in an tingling for a good 10 to 15 minutes. this would definitely make you move out of the way. >>pam: did you have a sense that the protesters are going? or have they do is move the way to regroup? >>reporter: the last thing i saw was the protesters removing north. that was about 10 minutes ago and she could see right half of the traffic is flowing at broadway and 14th and thing seems to be back to normal out here. pam and what about the police are they still circling the plaza? >>reporter: the police are still t
to use them. this will be a food is a situation will try to get it done as simple and as quickly as possible. >>reporter: this was getting a bit rowdy earlier yesterday. today are of the 99 percent, the march was all about 25 minutes. you can see the folks that have been coming down here. they say they are not going anywhere police have said that this is a park, like so many others in the city that closes at 10:00 p.m. for so far, we've not seen any arrests. if anything changes? will definitely let you know s soon as the happens on kron 4 news. reporting live, chairs dome, kron 4 news. >>catherine: the occupy oakland had three famous speakers. and alejandra cerball. >>reporter: the three americans, talked about how it was in solitary confienemnt. >> occupy oakland, we support you. >>reporter: josh pattal and shane beauer spoke to the crowd. >> occupy open, we support you. >>reporter: 150 supporters still on strike. also in an oakland. he is still surrounded by supporters of " occupy oakland to ". >> did not get to the point of my realization that it was a serious until i got hom
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